Washington DC Court Reporting Agencies

Working in Washington, D.C. for almost 20 years, TC Reporting has become one of the top Washington DC Court Reporting Agencies.  The DC Legal community knows that TC Reporting’s WDC team of certified, professional real-time reporters ensures consistency, accuracy and quality for real-time output to clients on-site at depositions or remotely.

TC Reporting’s attention to detail and ability to have every deposition run smoothly is unparalleled no matter what the technological requirements are for any case.  TC Reporting is known throughout Washington and the World for supplying highly personalized service and the best aviation litigation support available.  We are very connected in the DC market and legal system and can help your team navigate the legal scene in Washington seamlessly.

If you need a videographer, stenographer, real-time reporting and other court reporting services in Washington, contact us at TCReporting, the #1 Court Reporting Agency in the Capitol.  Our team can also provide conference rooms and other facilities for your team while you are in Washington or any other market.

The District’s local justice system is centered on the Superior Court of the District of Columbia, which hears all local civil and criminal cases, and the District of Columbia Court of Appeals, which serves as the highest local appeals court in Washington, D.C. Despite the fact that the local courts are technically the third branch of the D.C. government, they are funded and operated by the United States federal government.   Though operated by the federal government, the District’s local courts are separate from the United States District Court for the District of Columbia and the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, which only hear cases regarding federal law.

The President of the United States appoints the city’s local judges from a group of nominees selected by a judicial nomination commission. All presidential nominees are then confirmed by the U.S. Senate.  The local Attorney General of the District of Columbia only has jurisdiction in civil proceedings and prosecuting minor offenses such as misdemeanors and traffic violations. The United States Attorney for the District of Columbia is also appointed by the President and is responsible for prosecuting both federal and local felony crimes, such as robbery, murder, aggravated assault, grand theft, and arson. This setup differs from elsewhere in the country where 93% of local prosecutors are directly elected and the remainder are appointed by local elected officials.

The fact that the U.S. Attorneys in the District of Columbia are neither elected nor appointed by city officials leads to criticism that the prosecutors are not responsive to the needs of local residents. Efforts to create the position of D.C. district attorney regained attention in 2008. The D.C. district attorney would be elected and have jurisdiction over all local criminal cases, thereby streamlining prosecution and making the justice system more accountable to residents.

TC Reporting knows the history and the current dynamics in the District’s legal system.  Contact us for your next complex litigation or aviation case.

We provide the following court reporting services:

Legal Video

Electronic Transcripts

Immediate transcriptions

Next day transcripts

Draft Transcripts


Video streams




Realtime transcription (also use real-time)


Certified court reporters

Conference rooms


Web Repository


Transcript streaming and videostreaming

Transcript Synchronization


Expedited transcripts

Complex litigation


Aviation court reporters

National and international court reporters

National and International court reporting coverage


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